On Wed, 2001-11-28 at 13:51, Michael Treacy wrote:
> [Niall O'Broin]
> <Yes, it was, and I told the stupid woman so directly. I hope that as <many
> of possible of you do so too so that she'll learn the error of <her ways.
>> [Kathryn Cassidy]
> >So did I. In a rather nasty mail.
>> Maybe it's just me, but I seem to remember a second post from the person
> involved admitting and apologising for her mistake.
>> I also note a certain level of, maybe hypocrisy here. A number of people
> have commented that, in the light of a recent downturn in the IT market,
> some people on here may be in need of work. Could it also be true that
> because of a lack of jobs that recruitment companies are finding it harder
> to get jobs for people on their books? In other words it's ok for a "linux"
> person to look for a job, but if a job is offered to the list, then that's
> all wrong?
It's only wrong if the offered job is inappropriate (wrong operating
system, carpentry, glazier etc) - a number of Linux related jobs
have, if memory serves me correctly, been mentioned on the list without
any repercussion being effected.
 - I know I could be accused of generalising way too much here...
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